About Us

Boy Scout troop 773 originated at Infant Jesus Church, then migrated to its current home, chartered with St. Christopher Parish in Nashua, NH. Troop 773 We are a boy-led troop.

Activities and outings are planned by the boys and engage all of them, regardless of grade, age or background. In March, 2014, we grew from 7 to 23 members, from one patrol to three! In June 2014, we re-organized according to the guidance originally purported by our founder, Lord Baden-Powell, into 4 patrols with a fully-staffed Patrol Leadership Council. Our Patrol Leaders Council plan our own campouts, we attend week-long summer camp at the Griswold Scout Reservation, participate in council and district activities, and perform service in the Nashua community. One special feature of our troop is our relaxed, but continuous schedule throughout the summer.

During the warm season, we meet at Camp Doucet in Nashua, taking advantage of the pool, fields and woods to continue our outdoor experience. Whether it is marching in the Memorial Day & Veteran's Day parades, attending the NH Jamboree in 2018, or just gathering to increase our Scoutcraft and leadership skills, you will find yourself in a troop that accepts you for who you are, and pushes you to grow into who you will be.